Thomas Cook customers hit by the travel firm’s collapse may have to wait as long as two months to receive a refund, according to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
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Around 2,400 passengers are estimated to have been affected by the cancellation of Thomas Cook flights at Glasgow Airport after the tour operator collapsed.
Thomas Cook flights to and from Glasgow Airport have been cancelled after the 178-year-old tour operator collapsed.
Police have urged members of the public to use drones responsibly after a spate of summer incidents and security breaches.
An model aeroplane group in Moray is concerned they could be forced to give up their hobby or face hefty bills after being caught up in a crackdown on drones.
The region’s two largest airports had contrasting fortunes during the first quarter of 2019, new figures show.
Edinburgh and Glasgow have been found to be the worst Scottish airports for flight delays.
The UK's aviation regulator has stepped in after a plane took off from an island airport after air traffic controllers had gone home.
The Civil Aviation Authority has warned drone owners to fly responsibly after a pilot reported a remote craft coming too close to him over Orkney.
The Scottish Parliament is to hear about issues over confidence in controversial offshore helicopters – branded by one union chief as a “flying coffin” – this afternoon.
It was an episode that neatly summed up both the usefulness and the threat of drones: an amateur photographer in the Highlands inadvertently landing one on the deck of the Royal Navy’s newest warship.
A formal complaint has been made about Inverness Airport's consultation on plans to make the Highland sky a "controlled airspace".
A new Chinese takeaway in Moray is aiming high with plans to use drones to deliver meals.
Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) is now operating under a more exacting yardstick for how closely flights stick to their timetable.
Regulators have proposed strict new safety rules for helicopters flying to unmanned oil and gas platforms in the North Sea.
Hopes that Britain's first spaceport could be based in Moray were dashed yesterday - in a decision branded "mystifying" by supporters.
A former RAF station commander has urged Moray business chiefs to reach for the sky and stake their claim to host the UK's first spaceport.
The UK Government has rejected a call from MPs for an independent study into North Sea helicopter safety.
UK ministers have triggered a fresh row over offshore helicopter safety by dismissing calls for a public inquiry - and claims that commercial pressures risk lives.